With the advent of 5G , the way we communicate will change, even with Xiaomi smartphones based on MIUI 12.5 . To date we are still far from being able to define it as concrete in our lives, given that the diffusion of the infrastructure in Italy is far from being sufficiently widespread. But in the meantime, the various smartphone manufacturers are preparing to prepare smartphones to be able to test the benefits of next-generation networks.
The MIUI 12.5 update introduces VoNR calls on Xiaomi
Introduced by Huawei with the P40 family , VoNR technology is one of the various bonuses that 5G support brings with it and which is now also coming to Xiaomi. The acronym stands for Voice over New Radio, but it is also referred to as Vo5G and is basically the next-gen version of VoLTE based on 4G. In a world where 2G and 3G networks are about to fall into disuse, video calls will begin to be able to be conveyed by 5G frequencies. Without getting too technical, the result will be better audio / video quality and an increasingly reduced lag.
Which Xiaomi models have VoNR support?
In the case of Xiaomi, VoNR support will be guaranteed by those smartphones based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8xx platform with 5G. Mention is made of the Snapdragon 865 and 888 and later support will also be expanded to Snapdragon 870- based models. The supported models to date are the following:
- Snapdragon 888
- Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11i, Mi 11X Pro, Mi MIX Fold
- Redmi K40 Pro, K40 Pro +
- Snapdragon 870
- Xiaomi Mi 10S, Mi 11X
- Redmi K40
- LITTLE F3
- Snapdragon 865
- Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro
- Redmi K30 Pro, K30 Pro Zoom, K30S
- POCO F2 Pro
How to enable VoNR on Xiaomi
Currently, support is present from version 21.4.16 of MIUI 12.5, so it will take hold more concretely in the course of 2021 with the stable update. For those who have a compatible Beta ROM, currently VoNR support is relegated to geeks, so you will have to enter the code * # * # 8667 # * # * in the dialer to enable the relative voice that you should find in the call settings